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Digital Marketing Manager

Source Interlink Bonita Springs, FL

The Digital Marketing Manager will provide the following duties, but not limited to: work in the Consumer Marketing Group and be responsible for the… Glassdoor

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Source Interlink CEO and Director Michael L. (Mike) Sullivan
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    Circling the drain

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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Bonita Springs, FL
    Current Employee - Manager in Bonita Springs, FL

    I have been working at Source Interlink full-time for more than 5 years


    You can gain good corporate experience, and if you work for the right division you may think things are great.


    The Distribution and Shared services divisions of the company are taking a beating. Employees are viewed as line items and senior management doesn't seem to care. Publishing is still kept rolling and they're dumping money into their initiatives while they cut pay and benefits from anyone else. Lack of job security and feeling of respect among people below the top 2-3 tiers of management make employees bitter and the work place feel poisonous. Its chaos fear and stress all over the office.

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    Stop treating your employees like faceless drones. Be more transparent with whats going on and stop trying to wow people with buzz words and fluff. Realize that shared services has a clear view of all the spending and habbits of the other half of the company and its insulting to them to watch their salaries and benefits, along with morale and quality of worklife, die.

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